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  • Christmas Trees

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    Christmas Trees embossing folder


  • Signature Dies - Small Ivy

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    We have several ivy dies in the Signature range because I feel it’s a plant that is around all year long, so can feature in Spring, Summer, Autumn and Winter cards and this little sprig will fit into so many places for you.


    Size of actual die: 29mm x 60mm (1 1/8" x 2 3/8") approx.

    These dies work with most tabletop die cutting machines, such as the Cuttlebug, Big Shot, Vagabond, Grand Calibur, eBosser etc

  • Vintage Christmas Clear Stamp Set Cardio

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    Vintage Christmas Clear Stamp Set; Create a real dickensian scene with this stamp set; 16 Silhoutte images to include, 2 Bent over Trees (bent in opposing directions to create an archway), Victorian style Lanterns in various styles and sizes with ornate bracket, park bench, park bech small, park bench with couple, antique bicycle and 2 traditional telephone booths.

  • Winter Trees Sheena Douglass Sheena Christmas 5" x 7" Embossing Folder

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    Sheena Douglass Sheena Christmas 5" x 7" Embossing Folder - Winter Trees

    Code: SD-XEF-WTREE

    Fantastic value 5" x 7" Winter Trees embossing folder

    • Works perfectly with most leading brand machines
    • Add texture & style to all your cardmaking projects

    This embossing folder called Winter Trees, by Sheena Douglass, is perfect for all of your Festive papercrafting, cardmaking and scrapbooking projects. This embossing folder can be used in most leading brand embossing machines and is great for scrapbooking, embellishing, and much more. If you're looking for an easy way to add texture and style to your paper and cardstock projects then this embossing folder is for you.

    This Winter Trees embossing folder measures 5" x 7". 


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    Lots of Christmassy Wintery Trees for that Magical Christmas scene
    This stamp is 3" wide by 4" tall.

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